Come with us as we take an antiques tour of the Cotswolds, go behind the scenes at the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, and commemorate 100 years since the outbreak of WWI, all in the latest issue of BRITAIN magazine.
The July/August issue of BRITAIN magazine goes on sale in the UK this week, view our taster video below or scroll down for a list of unmissable features.
This issue includes:
The antiques trail
As well as being famous for its natural beauty, the Cotswolds is one of the best places to pick up some fine antique pieces.
A river runs through it
Away from the capital the Thames weaves its way through some of the prettiest towns and villages you’ll find anywhere.
The weekday residence of the Queen also doubles as the monarch’s office.
Plus: enter our competition to win a copy of Royal Childhood: Souvenir Album.
Land of letters
Explore National Trust properties, which were once home to Agatha Christie, Virginia Woolf and Thomas Hardy.
Plus: enter our competition for your chance to win a free National Trust day out.
Our brand-new section brings you the latest news, highlights the country’s hotspots and provides you with cooking and reading inspiration.
Secrets of the beheaded queen
As well as admirers, Anne Boleyn, wife of King Henry VIII, had her fair share of enemies at court.
The First World War changed Britain forever, but it all started with one incendiary event…
Win a luxury two-night break in the Cotswolds
Enter our competition for your chance to win a short break in chipping Campden.
Queen Anne, Brandy Nan
Meet Britain’s misunderstood monarch, who overcame personal tragedy to reign supreme.
The September 2014 issue of BRITAIN magazine will go on sale in the US on 11 July.
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